- Title Pages
- About the author
- Part One The origins of social democracy’s family ideal: 1920s–1940s
- One The re-imagining of adult–child relations between the wars
- Two Wartime influences: from the evacuation to the Children Act 1948
- Part Two Characteristics of the ‘Golden Age’: 1940s–early 1970s
- Three Rebuilding the family: 1940s–1950s
- Four The ‘long sixties’: 1958–1974
- Part Three Influences and examples from the USA
- Five Social science and American liberalism
- Part Four Parental narcissism in neoliberal times: 1970s to the present
- Six Aspects of neoliberalism: political, economic and social realignment
- Seven Laying the foundations for parental narcissism
- Eight The New Labour era, and beyond: narcissism comes of age
- Part Five Therapeutic reflections
- Nine Narcissism and the ‘politics of recognition’: concepts of the late-modern self
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